January 15, 2013

Best yoga video you’ve seen for a long time.

Meghan Currie‘s Yoga Videos: click here for more.

Click here for more, more.

My kind of yoga video is more about the present moment, about the heart, about our yearning to break through from being stuck and claustrophobic and to apologize and connect and be genuine and live and love and caress and…my kind of yoga video is beautiful, less about views and instruction and more about feeling life breathe through us.

That’s what I need: I need more than marketing and PR and social media and less than what most famous yoga teachers offer: I need real, fun, raw. Touch the earth.

Stunningly, Searchingly, Peacefully Beautiful. Watch in HD, it’s way more better:

Filmed at the epic Magnific Rock in Nicaragua. madly in love with this place. MUSIC: LIGHT by Dr Toast

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krossmoore11 Feb 19, 2019 12:14pm

What is good about this video? The scenery and the amazing skinny lithe young body of a young gal doing yoga poses on beach? Oh come on! I thought I was going to learn something here. Puke worthy!

Ken Dec 25, 2015 11:09am

Those smooth seamless transitions are relaxing. I look forward to the day I can achieve that level of fluidity.

Paul Mar 17, 2015 3:10pm

I didn't really notice her clothing or lack, or the beach, or much else. What I DID notice was her strength, flexibility and control. Is it a yoga video? It's an asana video. We don't get to see any other parts of her practice. I would hope, and I imagine it's true, that the other parts of her practice are just as good.

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